Assassin’s Creed Movie

Assassin’s Creed Movie Gets A New Trailer, Doesn’t Look Too Promising

The upcoming movie based on the Assassin’s Creed franchise has gotten a new trailer, and it seems like a recipe for disaster. The trailer shows off plenty of spectacular jumping and neck-stabbing action, where Michael Fassbender looks like a hardened criminal locked in jail. Not sure whether training him to kill in the ways of his 500 year old ancestors in the best idea in the world. However, it seems like Abstergo doesn’t have a problem with it (their funeral). In stark contrast to the Assassin’s Creed games, a majority of the movie will take place in the present rather than the past. Meaning, we can expect more of Fassbender rebelling against Abstergo instead of some Spanish Inquisition era assassinations. Actor Michael Fassbender had previously explained the reason beh...

Assassin’s Creed Movie hits the screens on Dec 21st

Wow. This is a big one. A Hollywood production for an Assassin’s Creed Movie. For everyone who played the video-game because he dreamt of having Altaïr’s strength or Ezio’s stamina in real life, this is interesting news. The movie is very much in line with the series as the plot sees Marion Cotillard send Michael Fassbender back to the time of the Spanish Inquisition and alter the genetic memories left by an assassin ancestor. Get your switchblades ready 🙂    

Assassin’s Creed Movie To Cast Marion Cotillard

French actress Marion Cotillard has signed up for a role in the upcoming Assassin’s Creed movie. According to Deadline, Ubisoft and production company The New Regency still have to reveal her role in the movie. Cotillard and her co-star Michael Fassbender both acted together in an upcoming adaptation of Macbeth, which also happened to be directed by Justin Kurzel who is the director of the Assassin’s Creed Movie. Marion Cotillard is known for her role in The Dark Knight Rises, Inception and also for the Oscar winning role as singer Édith Piaf in 2007’s biopic La vie en Rose. Last week I posted an article about the movie officially entering its production stage. The movie, produced by New Regency and 20th Century Fox, will hit theaters on December 21, 2016.

Production Started For Assassin’s Creed Movie

During an earnings call on Thursday, chief executive officer Yves Guillemot announced Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed movie has officially entered production and should start shooting soon. The movie produced by New Regency and 20th Century Fox, will hit theaters on December 21, 2016. That’s one week after the first Star Wars spinoff movie hits cinemas. “This is a very important milestone for the project,” Guillemot said. We keep hearing about the Assassin’s Creed movie all the time, but at the same time we know very little of it other than the fact that Inglourious Basterds actor Michael Fassbender will play the lead role. The movie will be directed by Justin Kurzel. Ubisoft has a total of six movies in the pipeline. In addition to Assassin’s Creed, th...

Assassin’s Creed Movie Delayed Till 2016

For Assassin’s Creed fans this could be pretty disastrous news as there has been an even further delay in the movie. After a few stumbles and adjustments in production and schedule the live-action adaptation is all set to come out the 21st of December 2016. reports that Twentieth Century Fox officially announced the movie’s slot for December 2016. The movie has been pushed back almost a year as it initially scheduled for an August 2015 release. The film which is based on the successful Ubisoft video game series of the same name, will feature “X-Men”‘s Michael Fassbender, who is to be playing the role of Desmond Miles—the main character from the games who lives in the present but through a software called Animus is caught in a war between Assassins and ...

Assassin’s Creed Movie Delayed Till 2016

Assassin’s Creed fans aren’t going to like this article at all, which annoyingly enough includes me. The upcoming Assassin’s Creed movie which stars Michael Fassbender will not come to theaters in August 2015 as expected. The movie has been rescheduled for a 2016 release according to The Hollywood Reporter. The source says that the movie’s scripts have gone through several rewrites and production wise have faces various scheduling issues. As we all know Fassbender is set to play the lead role in the film, which will be directed by Justin Kurzel. No other cast members have been announced, although there are rumors that Robert Downey Jr might be considered to feature in the movie too. Fassbender made it clear that he was never into playing video games and doesn’t own any sort of console. How...

Daniel Espinosa to direct Assassin’s Creed movie?

So the word going around now is that 20th Century Fox and Ubisoft have found their director for Assassin’s Creed: The Movie. According to Twitch Film, Swedish filmmaker Daniel Espinosa (Safe House, Snabba Cash) is the man they deem fit to take on a job like this and do justice to the game on the big screen. Espinosa is currently busy with the post-production on the thriller Child 44, based on the bestseller. And the cast of this movie seems pretty good if you ask me– Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace, Joel Kinnaman, and Gary Oldman. Michael Fassbender is all in for the movie and is ready to produce and star in the Assassin’s Creed film, which is scheduled for release on August 7, 2015. Source: IGN

Michael Fassbender assigned main role in Assassin’s Creed Movie

Wouldn’t you think that the people making the ‘Assassin’s Creed’ movie would pick an actor who has at the least has played the game. Well, you’d be wrong if you thought so. Cause actor Michael Fassbender is all set to star in the Assassin’s Creed: The Movie, even though he has never played the game. In a recent interview the actor said that the roles in movies such as  X-Men and Prometheus have given him the freedom to explore less commercial pieces. When asked about pre-production on the film adaptation of Assassin’s Creed, Fassbender said: “That’s definitely happening. We’re just developing the script at the moment. I’d heard of it but had never played the game. I don’t have a video game player … that’s not what they’re called. [Laughs] I met up with the guy...

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